Tag Archive for 'Uganda Securities Exchange'

Some African IPOs – August 2018

Roundup of African share offers (IPOs) for investors, including CIPLA-QCI closing 24 Aug in Uganda, Giza Spinning and Weaving in Egypt and telco MTN listings in Uganda, Ghana and Nigeria.

Meet the new CEO of Uganda Securities Exchange

Paul Bwiso has big plans as new CEO of the Uganda Securities Exchange. Challenges include a rival exchange, more listings, automation and demutualization.

Dar es Salaam Africa’s top stock exchange to 31 Jan

Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange topped the performance list for the 12 months to 31 Jan in USD, managing a 27% climb and beating the S&P 500 index which rose 11.9%.

East African securities exchange integration – what’s on in 2015

Securities exchanges in East Africa are working together on infrastructure for tighter cooperation and links between Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and potentially Burundi through the East African Securities Exchanges Association (EASEA).

Top performances for USD investors at Africa’s stock exchanges

Malawi came out as Africa’s top-performing exchange to USD-based investors over 2013 with a strong 62.4% return. Eight out of 13 African exchanges beat the S&P 500.

Uganda’s power distributor Umeme says it plans Nairobi and Uganda IPOs this year

Uganda’s only power distributor, Umeme, said it plans to raise capital to invest in Uganda’s electricity sector through an initial public offering (IPO) on the Ugandan and Nairobi securities exchanges later in 2012

East African investors opening accounts at Nairobi Stock Exchange

The number of investors from other East African countries opening trading accounts at Kenya’s Nairobi Stock Exchange is still very small, but has grown more consistently in the last 2 years than other categories of investors.

Uganda Securities Exchange extends trading to 5 days

The Uganda Securities Exchange has today (7 March) extended its trading to 5 days a week, up from 3 days. USE Chief Executive Joseph Kitamirike said it would help meet local and international demand. It will also match trading on other East African exchanges, as the exchanges harmonize in terms of an East African common market.